Be sure to check with the hotel to see if the guided mountain hike or Japanese traditional calligraphy classes are offered during your stay.
The 70 rooms and suites feature local materials like tamo wood and original artwork by local artists. All offer views of the zen gardens and some boast private Japanese gardens. All accommodations include working areas and daybeds, and spacious suites feature separate living rooms.
Yasaka is a teppan restaurant, with living tableside cooking and breathtaking views of the famous Yasaka Pagoda. Kyoyamato, which dates back to 1877, serves seasonally-inspired kaiseki cuisine and has a teahouse. Kyoto Bistro serves international and Japanese comfort foods from an open kitchen. Taste rare sake or whiskey at Kohaku and enjoy the dramatic views of Yasaka Pagoda.
Unwind in the Living Room in front of the open fireplace while savoring a drink from the bar or afternoon tea with snacks. The Spa at Park Hyatt Kyoto has a treatment suite for two with a private bath house including Japanese-style bathtubs, as well as dry and mist saunas and an adjacent fitness center.
Visit the famous Yasaka Pagoda, a five-story Buddhist temple, or Kiyomizu-dera Temple, another Buddhist temple that dates back 1,200 years. Walk through the zen gardens of Kōdai-ji Temple, just steps from the hotel, which includes a bamboo grove and teahouses. Shop along Ninen-zaka’s pedestrian thoroughfare, exploring speciality boutiques, teahouses, and cafés.
360 Kodaiji Masuyacho, Higashiyama-ku. Kyoto, 605-0826 Japan
Osaka International Airport.
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